2014 Judicial Evaluations and Results


Judicial Election Results for the November 4, 2014 General Election


All judges running for retention in Cook County were retained.


There were two contested elections.  In the Fourth Subcircuit, John J. Mahoney won the election to fill the Billik Vacancy.  In the Twelfth Subcircuit, James Pieczonka won the election to fill the Jordan Vacancy.

For the November 4, 2014 General Election, the Chicago Council of Lawyers evaluated the judges seeking retention and the candidates seeking to become judges. For an evaluation report, please CLICK HERE. For a Ballot Summary of the contested and retention judicial races, please CLICK HERE. Please note:  Voters will find at the top of the judicial ballot a series of races to fill judicial vacancies.  In most of these races, the candidates won the March 2014 primary election and face no opposition on the November 4, 2014 ballot.  Following these races on the ballot, voters will find the retention judicial ballot where they will vote “Yes” or “No” for each of the judges.  The ballot summary from the Chicago Council of Lawyers includes only contested and retention judicial races.  Information about all judges and judicial candidates on the November 4, 2014 ballot can be found in the judicial evaluation report of the Chicago Council of Lawyers.

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